Post-crisis financial regulation has been considerably strengthened in recent years. The consequence for banks has been greater management transparency and regulatory reforms imposing a stricter framework (Basel II, Basel III, IFRS9, RGPD, SEPA).creased. In parallel, new DSP2 type directives favour the emergence of competition (aggregators or payment initiators).
The Basel 3 standards, which should enter into force gradually between 2022 and 2027, are generating an overload in Tier1 capital (MRC) of 3.6% compared to previous standards.
- Optimize compliance and back-office costs
- Deploy cybersecurity policies
- Protecting bank data
Banks are capitalizing on technology and digital technology to support new uses, develop new services and provide a fluid and intuitive customer experience. In particular, the use of mobile applications is widespread for all banking services.
Only four banks in the American Top 50 offer a Live Chat service. Yet, the Millennium generation is three times more likely to use self-service than it is to contact the customer service.
- Adapt Legacy to the Digital Age
- Fluidify interactions between the physical and digital (phygital) worlds
- Modernize transaction systems
New technologies such as Cloud, artificial intelligence, and Blockchain constitute a major challenge for banks: predictive marketing solutions to build customer loyalty, productivity gains with the implementation of robots, use of Blockchains to secure transactions…
More than 75 banks have joined the Interbank Information Network (IIN) developed by JP Morgan to speed up international financial transactions thanks to blockchain.
- Have the right infrastructure to implement innovation
- Successful industrialization of POCs (Proof of Concept) and innovation from Labs
- Collaborate on a long-term basis with Fintechs
Investment banking software deployment
Our Success Stories
Mobile and ultra-smart, the “Digital natives” generation is leading the banking sector in making deep-seated changes to the customer relation and associated services. ALTEN is the leading partner in Digital UX design for one of the main French banks for the development of new innovative functions.Learn more
The financial crisis of 2007-2009 updated a certain number of shortfalls in the approaches of regulatory capital based on internal rating-based models (IRB) of credit risk. ALTEN supports a global banking leader in the development of IRB analysis engines with a Big Data approach (on Hadoop platform), in accordance with the new Basel III agreements.Learn more
The fight against money laundering and the funding of terrorism, combined with regulatory pressure is forcing financial institutions to review their priorities. Their anti-money laundering system must be extremely effective in order to limit fraud, but also to avoid any sanctions from the competent authorities. One of the leading insurance companies has asked ALTEN to develop its risk analysis model.Learn more
Technology is revolutionizing the insurance industry and customers are increasingly putting business process automation and User experience at the core of their digital expectations. ALTEN Italy sets up a Test factory to support the digital transformation projects of a world leader in the insurance sector.Learn more
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